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Can you use gas that’s lower than 87 octane in your car?

Should you use 85-octane fuel in your car?

You may have seen other octane listings at the pump. You’ve likely always known that there were alternatives with higher octane listings than 87, but what about lower options? Should you use 85-octane fuel in your car as you go about your travels? U.S. Auto Sales has found some insight into that question, and why you should stay away, or at least be wary of 85-octane gas. Of course, if you are looking for a pre-owned ride in Georgia, Tennessee, Florida, or the Carolinas, then you should see what we have in store for you with the link below.

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